Wednesday, April 28, 2021

Six Flags to Reopen Six Flags New England + Two Waterparks in California

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Six Flags Entertainment Corporation has announced that they are now able to open 26 of their 27 properties, as Six Flags New England, Hurricane Harbor Los Angeles and Hurricane Harbor Concord have been clearance by State authorities to welcome back guests.

Six Flags New England was one of the parks that did not open to guests in the 2020 season, so the news of their reopening is quite exciting for the park's fans.  The theme park will open on May 14th to season pass holders and members, and then to the general public on May 15th.  The property will operate at reduced attendance levels to remain in compliance with Massachusetts' reopening guide.  Reservations will be required in order to visit the park.

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The park did reopen to visitors earlier in April, but only to host the limited time attraction Dinosaurs: A Walk-Thru Experience.  No rides were allowed to operate until now, which will start with the park's full reopening on May 14th.  Six Flags New England will continue to offer the Dinosaur walk through until May 23rd as previously announced.  It will become available to visitors as one of its attractions when the park reopens.

In California, Hurricane Harbor Los Angeles will welcome back guests on May 15th and Hurricane Harbor Concord on May 22nd.  These announcements leave La Ronde, located in Canada, as the only Six Flags park in North America that does not yet have a reopening date.